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that terrorized the dc area. 10 people were killed and three others hurt during the shooting spree. john allen muhammed and lee boyd malvo eventually captured and convicted of the killings. muhammad was executed in 2009. malvo is now 27 years old and serving a life sentence. and in a recent interview, malvo called himself a monster. he spoke with washington post local reporter josh white, taking responsibility for his actions. and seeming to recognize the emorm ty of his brief reign of terror. josh wright is in norway this morning and joins us via skype to talk about his encounters with lee boyd malvo. mr. white, thanks for joining us, sir. >> thank you. >> before we talk about the interview, can you kind of set the stage for me, tell me how this came to be, how you initiated contact and how you set this up? >> sure. we -- well, i had been one of the reporters who covered these shootings back in 2002. and then the trial of john allen muhammad in 2003. and as we were thinking about how to cover the 10-year anniversary, we wanted to reach out to a number of people who were involved. victim's fam
. john allen muhammad and lee boyd malvo were found guilty of killing 10 people and injuring three others. on thursday there is a prayer vigil to remember the victims. it starts at 6:30 at the goshen united methodist church in gaithersburg. >>> 7:10 right now. 66 degrees on a tuesday morning. and the race for the white house, well, that clock is ticking. ticking. >>> big debate preps are under way now, as we're just a day away from the first presidential debate in colorado. i'm doug luzader in washington. we will have more on that coming up. >> plus, already struggling to get out of bankruptcy, now american airlines has a new set of concerns. what caused some tense moments for passengers on two different flights just days apart? >> and as we take you to the brk, a live look outside, look at the latest weather and traffic, from tucker and joey, that's next. 7:11 right now.  ♪ [ male announcer ] the first look...is only the beginning. ♪ ♪ introducing a stunning work of technology. ♪ introducing the entirely new lexus es. and the first ever es hybrid. this is the purs
november 1st. >>> finally this hour, that special bond between a dog and his human companion, john dolan was admitted to the hospital last week, and his faithful buddy was so upset about it, he set out to track his owner down. guess what? he found him more than 2 miles away. he likely went under a parkway and across a busy four-lane road to get to the hospital. but a hospital worker found the dog on the street outside the building. a couple of days later, the dog tried a sec visit. got to come home, dad. >> stories like that are amazing. really are. >>> apple cider, hay rides and pumpkins waiting for you at cox farm in centreville. we're live coming up at 8:00. >> funny man tom papa is stopping by the fox studios. he is in the district for two standup performances. >> funny guy. remember this guy? i remember him fondly. former redskins' kicker joins us live in studio coming up at 8:30. and it's good! that's nice to see.  >>> stopping the spread of a deadly infection. at least 35 people sickened from a tainted steroid and health officials say thousands more could be at risk. >> plu
of years later. >> i don't think i ever knew john lennon was on the harmonica. that's cool. >> he did on several early bits. >>> from apples to pumpkins, cake to pie, fall is here everybody, and in full swing at cox farm. sarah is taking us to centreville. if you aren't hungry now, you may be after seeing all these goodies. >> and he's one of the few artists to actually collaborate with the beatles, speaking of. and to appear on one of their tracks. donovan has inspired artists for more than four decades. we'll talk to him and he'll perform coming up next. are you ready ? share everything by turning your smartphone into a mobile hotspot for up to 8 wifi-enabled devices at no extra charge. like the new droid razr m by motorola only $99.99. these appliances could have been mamade here in america. but a company called global tech maximized profits by paying its workers next to nothing... under sweatshop conditions in china. when mitt romney led bain, they saw global tech as a good investment... even knowing that the firm promoted its practice of exploiting... low-wage labor to its inves
was the case. john kennedy against nixon was the case. you can argue in 2000 with bush and gore. some of these debates turn more on style than substance. the economy is front and center tonight. that is an area mitt romney feels he's got the ammunition. he's got the data. the concern among some of the romney supporters is he doesn't walk out on the data. he's got it down cold. the criticism is he hasn't brought passion to the argument and he's the guy to lead the change. expect him to throttle on the weakness of this recovery. expect the president to come back and show with the latest jobs figures and others that has been moving in the right direction, that the trend is his friend. they're each going to look at the same thing, selling it differently. >> are there some concerns in the president's camp, similar concerns to those in the romney camp? because the president, though he brings passion, he can be wonky and goes on with the answers. >> reporter: who am i to judge people on being dull? there is a concern that boeing of these guys -- the president is a gifted, eloquent speaker. t
again. john travolta and olivia newton john have teamed up for a christmas album. it's called 30 years too late. no. it's called "this christmas." all proceeds will go to charity. they'll be joined by stars like barbra streisand and kenny g to spread holiday cheer. good luck with that. >> okay. >> good for them. >> yeah. >>> 8:42 right now. it's a wednesday morning. before it's time to deck the hall, it's time to trick or treat. >> if you're a parent looking for great costume ideas for your kids, holly may have the answer. >> reporter: i do have the answer. the key to a great halloween costume is creativity. no better place to get that kind of inspiration than at ac moore in rockville where we are live. coming up, tricks of trade from a celebrity costume designer and someone from ac moore will give us ideas. these are easy, do it yourself, and they promise to be the best costume you've ever had. it's all live next on fox 5 morning news. stay with us. we're here! [ giggling ] these days, nobody has time to get sick. mom, i don't feel good. but minuteclinic makes it easy to get well. our
. tell me about this technology. this is fantastic. >> so this is a arm that was pioneered at johns hopkins advanced physics -- applied physics lab and it has recently been used to literally tap into the brains of people who are paralyzed. so that they can with their minds control this hand. >> so -- it'been tested and works? shake my hand, see how good that grip is. wow. >> incredible, right? >> impressive. yeah. this is a life-saver for a lot of people. >> and in the future, they're hoping to put sensors on it so it can communicate feelings back to the brain, as well. >> oh, wow. it is really amazing. glen durene, thank you so much with "popular mechanics." >> thank you. >>> coming up next, a foodie from across the pond is sharing his family recipe for crab cakes. first, this is "today" on nbc. >> he's >>> "today's kitchen" brought to you by kraft shreds. make something amazing. >> this morning in "today's kitchen," what's for dinner? how to make crab cakes. tom parker bowles with a fresh family collection of recipes in "let's eat". the name sounds familiar. son of the duchess of
. >> well, you know he had some inspiration, both the president and john mccain, senator john mccain gave them some inspiring words. he's been doing quite a bit of training lately. he had the crowd on their feet yesterday. how about this, zim hits a home run right after the race. >> you're right. as he said, you couldn't have written a better script. >> teddy, here's a question, will you continue to race or are you going to retire? will you continue to race? you're going to continue to race, very good. will there be races during the playoffs? we've never had the series before. >> there will be. as someone asked me before, it's october and anything can happen in october, right? >> that's absolutely right. teddy, congratulations to you. >> i just thought of my halloween costume, i think i have to be the racing teddy for halloween. how about that? i think i need to be that. i'll work on something. my head may not be as big. >> you guys play wednesday at nationals park, first game for the playoffs. >> and if we had tickets, we would certainly be there. let's talk later. >> andy, thanks. i lov
to see the world from a bird's-eye view. john, good morning. good to see you. why birds? >> they're the most amazing creatures. they're emotional creatures, far more intelligent than we imagine, and the most amazing thing is they are able to traverse a continent. they see the world as we would like to see it, from the air. >> and so less exotic, less dangerous, certainly. but what an incredible view. >> it's an incredible view. and they're obviously difficult to film so i wanted to be sure we had the technology and way of filming them that could show how amazing these creatures are. >> let's talk about that. talk about the time and the effort and the creativity it took to capture some of these images. >> well, we were four years making this. and all of the time, the technology was catching up with our ambition. so we have many, many ways that we tried to fly or did fly with birds. we've had birds trained to fly alongside micro leitz. that in itself takes a year to achieve to get birds used to flying alongside micro lites. >> a micro lite being? >> an ultra lite you call it here.
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